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T^eadvt SfcotUf fot [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 September 1973
T^eadvt SfcotUf fot A new Course Center stage - a new and exciting course directed by Dr. John Patterson. The course is American Studies 498B alias American Popular Theater. Dr. Patterson promises a lot of work, but also a very exciting and interesting study focusing on a production of a single 19th century play. It's conceived as, "An experimental effort in American Studies and not primarily as a course in theater history or production." The class will meet during two double class periods per week. It will consist of lectures, rehearsals, and seminars. The play chosen by Dr. Patterson is entitled, "The Spy of Atlanta, a Grand Military Allegory in Six Acts." It was written by A. D. Ames and C. G. Bartley in 1875. The class will also concern itself with the evolution of American attitudes during the 19th and 20th centuries. Dr. Patterson hopes he can find students as enthusiastic as he is to approach the study of the American personality with a slightly different approach. * ...
A Tip of the Hat to Peg [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 September 1973
A Tip of the Hat to Peg Last May the newspaper ran a "Name the Capitolist Contest." No one seemed very interested and the contest along with the paper were going down the drain. All summer long the new editors thought and thought, trying to come up with a suitable name for its tired paper. A name that would carry on a tradition of responsible contact with the real world as well as cement the ties between students and faculty and this fine institution of higher education. A name without those childish endings such as "ist" or "ite." A name that would send Ben Franklin turning in his grave or Clark Kent up a wall. Well, it happened (a new name that is). And it has come to us through a clairvoyant and slightly intoxicated little blonde named Peggy Fuiey. What's in a name - right Peg? She is the grand prize winner of a trip to anywhere she can go with the five dollars we are giving her. Thanx for the name, Peg and we hope to hear from you when you return from your wonderful voya...
Highlights from Saint Joan [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 September 1973
Highlights from Saint Joan "Saint Joan, one of the world's most inspiring dramas of a woman's faith and the price she was willing to pay for her beliefs, will be presented by the Alpha-Omega Players on Tuesday, October 2 at 2 p.m. on the lawn in the rear of the main building, (in the event of rain it will take place in the Auditorium). No Charge! Written by George Bernard Shaw, "Saint Joan" tells the stirring story of a peasant girl who was led to great heights by God's commands and ultimately was led to the stake by those she opposed. Shaw said of her, "There are only two opinions about her: One that she was miraculous and the other that she was unbearable. She asserted herself with such force that she was famous throughout Western Europe before she was out of her teens. It is hardly suprising that she was burnt for unwomanly and insufferable presumption." The Alpha-Omega Players, the nation's most active repertory theater headquartered in Dallas, Texas, which has achieved ...
)$tfo*dcictl*H, COUNSEUNG CENTER [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 September 1973
)$tfo*dcictl*H, COUNSEUNG CENTER The Counselors of the Counseling Center, Marian Krieger and Ed Beck, would like to welcome all new students, as well as returning students to Capitol Campus, by extending an informal invitation for you to drop by at your leisure. The Counseling Center is a place where you can come to talk over any personal, educational or vocational concerns that you may have. In addition there is a fine informational library where you can borrow and peruse through Graduate and Professional School catalogues, as well as pick up registration forms and study guides for the Graduate Record Examinations, Law School Admissions Tests, Graduate Business Admissions Test, National Teachers Examination and the Miller Analogies Tests. Our Services are further explained in a Counseling Center brochure which you should have received by mail this summer. If you have any questions or would just like to say "hello" please stop into our office in W-l 17 next to the Gallery Loun...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 September 1973
MONDAY, SEPT. 24 - Registration for Seniors. TUESDAY, SEPT. 25 - Registration for new students. Entry deadline for Bowling Leagues. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 26 -Classes begin. THURSDAY, SEPT. 27 -- Charlie Chan Film Festival, 8 p.m. Auditorium. FRIDAY, SEPT. 28 - Registration forms due for Law School Admissions Test. SATURDAY, SEPT. 29 - Soccer Game - York vs. Capitol at York. SUNDAY, SEPT. 30 - Sleep late, go to church, or get high. MONDAY, OCTOBER 1 - S.G.A. Meeting in Gallery Lounge 6:30 p.m. Candlelight Dinner in Dining Hall. Till Oct. 16 Football Registration at Rec/Ath Building. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2 --7:30 p.m (every Tues.) Slimnastics in Rec/Ath Building. 8:00 p.m. "Summer of '42' in the Auditorium. 2:00 p.m. Alpha-Omega Players present "St. Joan." FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5 - Last Day to add course.
CHANGES, CHANGES, CHANGES [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 September 1973
CHANGES, CHANGES, CHANGES James D. South ("Jerry") II, former Assistant Dean of Student Affairs, has been named Director of Student Affairs at the Capitol Campus. The announcement of his appointment was made by Robert E. McDermott, Provost. In his new position, Mr. South will be responsible for supervising the operation of the Counseling and Placement Centers, the Health Services, Recreation and Athletics Program and Student Activities. In accepting his new appointment, Mr. South observed, "We plan to expand our programs and services so that they will greater enhance the learning opportunities available to Capitol Campus students." * * * * James D. South, Director of Student Affairs, has announced the appointment of two new staff members. Agnes Hayes Green has been appointed Coordinator of Student Activities and Reuben M. Smitley is joining the staff as Coordinator of Recreation and Athletics. Ms. Green comes to Capitol Kappa Delta Phi Honor Society and the African Heritag...
Stoned Valley or Starchy Rides Again [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 September 1973
Stoned Valley or Starchy Rides Again The news read: Approximately 30 student organization leaders from Capitol Campus will attend a three-day workshop in leadership training at Stone Valley, a university-owned mountain retreat in Huntingdon County. Participants in the workshop, scheduled from August 17 through 19, will include presidents of campus organizations, members of the Student Government Association and other students who serve as members of various campus committees. The sessions will be directed by Jerry South, Director, Student Affairs, and will focus on helping students understand the responsibilities associated with their respective leadership positions. It went like this: Hours of Resident Assistants' meetings, Student Government, Finance Committee, President's Council meetings, Leadership workshops, Problem-solving, and Task workshops. And then we went back to work making expenses meet incomes and budgeting accounts. Helping organizations find new alternativ...
& & &*& VUf [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 September 1973
& & &*& VUf "Creative Campus Cookery," a 350 page cookbook compiled by the Faculty Women's Club of Capitol Campus is now available. The completed book contains the favorite recipes of each of its contributors who represent the entire Capitol Campus community as well as local and nationally known personalities. Its contents range from appetizers and beverages, to breads, salads, soups, main dishes, vegetables, desserts and candies. It also includes gourmet recipes and those of varied ethnic origin. All proceeds from the sale of the cookbook go to the Student Scholarship Fund. The cost of the cookbook is $3.50 (plus $.21 postage if necessary) per copy. Books can be ordered by sending your check or money order made payable to CCFWC (Capitol Campus Faculty Women's Club) to: Mrs. Charles Hary, 21 Heatherland Road, Middletown, Pa. 17057. Please include your name and complete address. * * * *
Patt says Bye-Bye [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 September 1973
Patt says Bye-Bye The desks in the various offices at Capitol Campus are filled and vacated with unusual speed. One desk in the Office of Student Affairs was occupied by Ms. Patt Brooks. She was a secretary for Mr. Jerry South and for all the students who needed her help. Now, she is no longer with us. Patt has many reasons for leaving, but one major reason was the unpleasant atmosphere that she encountered daily. Most of her co-workers shared different philosophies and constantly impressed their lack of intolerance for new ideas. Patt is now searching for a more open and easy going atmosphere. Ms. Brooks has several other personal reasons for leaving and has decided to make her new home in State College. Many of the students returning to Capitol will feel regret for her loss. We all wish her luck in her new home and with her new friends.
Expansion oi Evening Programs [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 September 1973
Expansion oi Evening Programs An expansion of the undergraduate evening program at Penn State's Capitol Campus was announced today by Dr. George D. Wolf, Dean of Faculty. Initiated last fall with courses offered by the Division of Administration and Business, this program is being enlarged to include courses from the division of Humanities, Social Science and Education. Prior to last fall, only graduate level courses were offered at Capitol Campus in the evening. They are open to any individual who has the equivalent of at least two years college credit. Persons also may qualify by satisfactorily scoring on the College Level Entrance Examination Program (CLEP). Courses will be scheduled on a regular basis in the evening and students may also take daytime or Saturday courses to fulfill degree requirements. These courses also are available for students who seek enrichment and wish to select certain courses on an adjunct basis. Students who find it more convenient to attend c...
Graduate Programs [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 September 1973
Graduate Programs A new graduate program in Psychosocial Science featuring a Community Psychology option will be offered at the Capitol Campus of The Pennsylvania State University. It will begin on a part-time basis in September, 1973, and a full-time schedule will be available, September, 1974. Dr. George D. Wolf, Capitol Campus dean of faculty, said the purpose of the new offering is to equip students with the necessary skills to cope effectively with the multi-faceted problems facing contemporary communities. It is designed, he explained, to enable students to recognize problems, to outline and implement possible solutions, and to evaluate the effectiveness of suggested solutions. A major portion of the program which was developed by Dr. Robert W. Colman, Dr. James L. Knestrick, and Dr. Kathryn L. Starkey is field work under the supervision of a faculty member. It leads to a Master of Psychosocial Science degree. Students usually will be placed in such agencies as mental ...
MORE [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 September 1973
MORE Penn State's Capitol Campus will offer graduate courses in the Master of Administration program at facilities located on the Franklin and Marshall College campus during the coming academic year. Dr. Robert J. Brown, Program Chairman, announced that this extension of ihe graduate program which has been offered at the Capitol Campus in Middletown for the last six years is being initiated as a convenience to citizens in the Lancaster-York area. It will afford local students the opportunity to satisfy a portion of the graduate degree requirements with a minimum of trave*(fcCr> a limited extent courses will be"* "pen to nondegree students. The first course to be offered will be Administration 520 - Administrative Models which is a required course for the fulfillment of the Master of Administration degree. Another graduate course will be offered during the winter and spring terms. Applications are currently being accepted for the fall term. Registration will be held Mo...